TV DVD combis: Compare features & prices Finlux 22F6050-D review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/tv-dvd-combis/finlux-22f6050-d/review/
For not much money, you get a Full HD screen on this Finlux TV DVD combi. Its picture quality is not too bad, but it needs to sound good, too, and be easy to use. We sent this TV DVD combi to the lab for unique and rigorous testing.
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- Launch date: Apr 2013
- Type: LED
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Type of TV
LCD and LED TVs differ only in the way the screen is illuminated. A handful of backlight lamps light up a traditional LCD display, but on LED TVs the lamps are replaced by hundreds of smaller LEDs (light emitting diodes). This helps them to be slimmer than LCD sets, and also display better, brighter pictures.
Screen size (a measure on the diagonal in inches).
Screen resolution (pixels)
The number of pixels the TV can display (horizontal x vertical).
HD-ready TVs can display HD pictures, but not in as good picture quality as Full HD sets.
The type of built-in digital tuner. TVs with Freeview tuners can receive subscription-free standard definition TV without needing a separate set-top box. Models with Freeview HD or Freesat HD tuners (or both) can receive high-definition channels.
Socket for connecting to high-definition equipment, such as Blu-ray player or Sky HD box. Carries HD video and multi-channel audio.
Means you can plug in your digital camera and view photos on the big screen (they tend to look great on high resolution displays). Many USB ports support digital music and camcorder playback. You can also use them for an external hard drive if the TV has PVR functionality.
Socket for plugging in headphones.
This means the TV can decode an audio description signal. AD is an additional narration for visually impaired people that describes significant visual information, such as body language and scenery.
Switched on (watts)
Based on our technical assesment of the TV DVD combi's power consumption during normal viewing.
Eco mode (watts)
Energy consumed by the TV DVD combi with energy saver, or eco mode, activated (typically involves dimming the backlight).
During standby after two hours and/or using eco mode. Ideally this should be below two watts to meet the Energy Saving Trust recommendation.